When we return, it's time to catch up with the Manzos. Lauren talks about broccoli rabe and her own fatness, and then it's time for everyone to check in about the upcoming RV trip. Apparently, Jacqueline has some opinions. She notes that invites for the trip were doled out before everyone officially hated Teresa. But now everyone officially hates Teresa, so... awkward. She wonders what's more gauche: Teresa still coming on the trip with the full knowledge that everyone hates her, or uninviting Teresa and Juicy while still taking the other members of the Gorga clan. Her plan is to stay out of the decision-making, except for bringing this up every fifteen seconds until Chris takes action. Christopher says that his least favorite thing about Teresa is that she doesn't even have to be there to fuck up his whole night. This might be rectified if any of them had something interesting going on in their lives. We leave the scene with Chris saying that he can still go to Napa with the Giudices, and still have a good time. And Andy Cohen would have to be in a coma to allow them to be uninvited.
With that, it's time to visit Rosie and Kathy's mom's house! There is photographic evidence that Rosie was the most adorable kid in history. It's Sunday dinner time, and everyone gathers for, like, shit covered in tomato sauce. Rosie is all dolled up, and Richie tells her that she needs to get a love life. Kathy asks Rosie if she goes to gay clubs, then proceeds to invite herself along on Rosie's next outing (pun half intended). Rosie at first seems a bit perturbed, but eventually says that Kathy would love drinking and dancing with the gays. Kathy tells us that while she hasn't been to a gay bar, Rich has. He loved the music, and also the beej in the bathroom. Ha! And then Rosie says, "First of all, it's not like what you're thinking," and Joseph yells out, "A utopia!" That kid is so awesomely weird, I can't even take it.